When medical mistakes made during childbirth lead to the death of the mother, the entire family is left with severe emotional grief and, in many cases, financial hardship. While no legal action can ever replace the loss of a mother, pursuing a medical malpractice claim can help surviving family members obtain much needed financial compensation.
At DeLuca & Weizenbaum, we provide experienced legal guidance to families who have lost loved ones in fatal cases of medical negligence. When you are ready to explore your legal options, we will be here to offer advice and advocacy.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 888-876-9415 to speak with an experienced Rhode Island maternal death attorney.
The Wrongful Death of the Mother
While doctors and hospitals aggressively defend against wrongful death lawsuits, an experienced medical malpractice lawyer can force them to deal openly and honestly. Our lawyers will work diligently to help you pursue full and fair compensation for the losses you have suffered due to the death of your loved one.
We can help surviving family members pursue compensation for:
- Lost wages
- Final medical bills
- Child care costs
- Loss of household services
- Lost companionship
- Emotional pain and suffering
- Funeral expenses
In handling a wrongful death lawsuit, we call upon medical experts who help us investigate the circumstances of the injury, including medical treatment during prenatal care, labor, delivery, postpartum care or whenever the fatal injury took place. We have a proven record of success obtaining favorable verdicts and settlements for our clients.
Contact Us · Providence Birth Injury to Mother Attorney
Contact us online or by telephone at 888-876-9415 to speak with an experienced Rhode Island birth injury attorney. Our offices are conveniently located right off Interstate 95 in Providence with ample parking available. We are available to schedule evening and weekend appointments if necessary, and we can travel to your home or hospital if you cannot come to our office due to your injuries.